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Please read before playing: This is a dark game that is intentionally upsetting, stressful, and bleak. 

In order to not spoil the way the player discovers this, we won't say how, but please consider this a blanket content warning. There is also a more specific content warning at the bottom of this text.

In these current times, we totally understand that not everyone wants to experience work like this. God knows the real world is horrible enough right now! So, if you don't feel like something like that, please don't play!! It'll still be here later!


Blurb:

Your first night working under the new restrictions, but you've been a delivery driver for a while now. This city has been changing for the worst... It should come second hand, and you'll be done before you know it, and you can go to sleep and wake up tomorrow not thinking about it, and carry on.


Controls:

This game is played with the mouse. Click on your phone to bring it up, click away from it to put it away. Use right click to look around. You interact with the world through your phone: click on the map to set destinations, answer phone calls, accept new orders and make deliveries. Also use mouse to click choices in dialogues.


Credits:

This game was made by Sand Gardeners with Marc Loths. Sam did the writing + sound. Marc did the environments. Colin did the programming.

All donations will be split three ways and donated to these organisations that the three of us have chosen:

People Against Prisons Aotearoa

LA CIMADE

Prison Reform Trust


Content warning : death, murder, incarceration, slurs.


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Dark Kitchen - Windows 440 MB
Dark Kitchen - Mac 443 MB

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Cool music!

thanks v much! the music is available to download here: https://zoetropemusic.bandcamp.com/album/dark-kitchen-ep


all donations will go to the same prison reform organisations as donations to the game